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tek part substitution reference

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Nov 9, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    Is there a site on the web that cross reference the tektronics part
    numbers to an equivalent industry standard part number?

    I have a tek 465 scope that I am trying to get up and running. It's
    got no horizontal sweep and just a dot in the middle of the toob

  2. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    wrote in
    First thing is to buy a SERVICE manual,with schematics and parts lists.
    Second is to READ the circuit description,to know how the trigger and sweep
    circuits work.
    Third is to have another scope to troubleshoot before you begin swapping
  3. Guest

    Thanks for the condescending attitude (and useless information) there

    I have a service manual.
    I've read the portions that I believe cover the problem.
    I ordered a 20Mhz scope today as a backup and to fix the Tek.

    So if you got a web page that might have a cross to the Tek part
    numbers found in the SERVICE MANUAL then post it. Otherwise please try
    to be a little more polite. Sorry for the tone, but I pluck chickens
    for 8 hours a day. I just like to enjoy my radio hobby after hours.

  4. Ray L. Volts

    Ray L. Volts Guest

    So YOU'RE the reason I bit down on that calumus in my storebought rotisserie
    bird! :p

    nah.. no feather bits yet (that I know of), but I sure do get plenty of
    BONES in my food for some reason, no matter who prepares it or how. I think
    it's a conspiracy! argh!
  5. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    wrote in
    The FIRST item on a Google serch for "tek part number cross reference";
  6. Guest


    I tried a few different serch terms on my msn home page with no luck.
    No wonder I hear google it all the time. New 20Mhz scope should arrive
    next week. With your help getting cross reference I hope to get Tek
    working in short order. Or else turn it into a parts rig in no time

  7. Steven Swift

    Steven Swift Guest

    Try here:

    Time for me to scan in my Tek stuff.
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 29, 2021 at 9:28 PM
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